Woven basket Penelope terracotta
Woven basket Penelope terracotta
Woven basket Penelope terracotta
Woven basket Penelope terracotta
Woven basket Penelope terracotta
Woven basket Penelope terracotta
Woven basket Penelope terracotta
Woven basket Penelope terracotta

Woven basket Penelope terracotta

$190.00 (VAT incl.) $190.00 (VAT excl.)

A one-of-a-kind artisanal bag, the Penelope is made from natural palm leaves woven by hand, pieced together with 100% recycled sail. For a stroll to the farmer’s market or a picnic on the beach, here’s to the perfect blend of authenticity, practicality, and French flair.

With two sets of handles, you can wear it by hand or on your shoulder. Its large format fits your everyday belongings: beach towel, sandals, lunch box and market finds. The recycled spinnaker sail skirt closed by the lanyard gasket keeps your belongings safe and protected. The natural palm leaves are woven by hand, resulting in high-quality and sturdy braiding.

PANPALMSPI-2-OR-COR
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Boat/skipper
Cruise boat
Sailcloth
Spinnaker
Ocean / Race
Atlantic and Mediterranean
Base
Rafia
Category
Bags
Collection
Summer Time
Color
new
  • Sails collected and recycled in France
  • Natural palm leaves woven by hand
  • Top part in recycled spinnaker with lace-sliding closure
  • Double handles in Italian leather and cotton
  • 1 interior zip pocket in spinnaker
  • 2 small cord loops suspended inside the bag, one of which with a stainless steel snap hook
  • Interchangeable leather number on the outside
  • Leather embossed 727 Sailbags logo, sewn with the iconic zigzag stitch

This product is made with spinnaker inserts. Invented in 1937, nylon is the oldest synthetic fiber used in sailcloth. Its lightness, elasticity and resistance  make it the ideal material for the spinnaker of sailboats. Usually quite colorfull, the "spinnaker" is easy to spot on sea with its bubble shape at the front of boats sailing downwind.

In our workshop in Lorient, Brittany, we collect sails every day. Through these sails, singular stories of navigations. Each sail has its own story, and you can learn about it on the authentication sheet that you can find on most of our products. By giving a second life to the these sails, we commit for the preservation of the environment. To learn more about the different sails we upcycle, please read the segment about the life cycle of a sail.

This product is made from a sail in dacron, that has cruised ! Dacron is a polyester fiber that is not very sensitive to ultraviolet rays and bad weather. Dacron sails are chosen for their resistance, to equip mainly dinghies and cruising boats.

In our workshop in Lorient, Brittany, we collect sails every day. Through these sails, singular stories of navigations. Each sail has its own story, and you can learn about it on the authentication sheet that you can find on most of our products. By giving a second life to the these sails, we commit for the preservation of the environment. To learn more about the different sails we upcycle, please read the segment about the life cycle of a sail.

Shipping (UPS) :

  • Usa : 2-8 business days.
  • Canada : 5-10 business days
  • Free pick-up in store, Maryland MD | 1 to 3 business days

Return: Products can be returned within 14 days